|Regeneration 1915 N/R, 72 min.|
Director: Raoul Walsh
Cast: Rockliffe Fellowes, John McCann, Anna Q. Nilsson, James A. Marcus, Maggie Weston, H. McCoy, Carl Harbaugh, William Sheer, William Dyer, Peggy Barn
Filmed in the Bowery section of New York City, this is the story of Owen (Rockliffe Fellowes) who was orphaned at 10, grew up on the streets, and became a gangster. After he meets Marie (Anna Q. Nilsson), a social worker in the slums, he decides to try to make something of himself. But–it won't be easy. Raoul Walsh's first feature film is a good one as he captures the atmosphere of the area and uses inventive photography (for the time).
|Riders of Destiny 1933 N/R, 50 min.|
Genre: Western / Romance
Director: Robert N. Bradbury
Cast: John Wayne, Cecilia Parker, George "Gabby" Hayes, Forrest Taylor, Al St. John, Heinie Conklin, Earl Dwire, Yakima Canutt, Si Jenks, Lafe McKee, Addie Foster, Horace B. Carpenter, Tex Palmer, Hal Price, William Dyer
An undercover government agent poses as drifter Singin' Sandy Saunders (John Wayne) while investigating James Kincaid's (Forrest Taylor) plot to steal water rights from local ranchers. Kincaid has been charging ranchers outrageously high rates to use his water, and Saunders plots with the ranchers to dry up Kincaid's water supply by opening up a lost river.
|Sagebrush Trail 1933 N/R, 58 min.|
Director: Armand Schaefer
Cast: John Wayne, Nancy Shubert, Lane Chandler, Yakima Canutt, Henry Hall, Hal Taliaferro, Bob Burns, Hank Bell, Art Mix, Hal Price, Ted Adams, William Dyer, Tex Phelps, Archie Ricks, Slim Whitaker
John Brant (John Wayne) is arrested for murder, but he is innocent. He does not stay in jail for long because he finds that it is necessary to break out to clear his name. While searching for the real killer, Brant takes the alias of "John Smith" and teams up with outlaw Joseph Conlon (Lane Chandler) who has taken the alias of "Bob Jones." Unbeknownst to Brant, his new partner is the killer he is searching for. To make matters worse, both men fall for beautiful Sally Blake (Nancy Shubert). The story continues through a series of events until Brant finally figures out that "Bob Jones" is the real killer.
|Texas Buddies 1932 N/R, 57 min.|
Director: Robert N. Bradbury
Cast: Bob Steele, Nancy Drexel, George "Gabby" Hayes, Francis McDonald, Harry Semels, William Dyer, Dick Dickinson, Slade Hurlbert, Si Jenks, Earl Dwire
World War I flying ace Ted Garner (Bob Steele) joins pre-war buddy Si (George "Gabby" Hayes) and the two head to the desert for prospecting. They come upon a body with a note attached, asking that his niece, June (Nancy Drexel), be watched after. Meanwhile, June's plane is shot down by the bad guys who want the money she is carrying. But our heroes come to the rescue–on land and in the air.
|Trailin' Trouble 1930 N/R, 58 min.|
Director: Arthur Rosson
Cast: Hoot Gibson, Margaret Quimby, William McCall, Pete Morrison, Bob Perry, Olive Young, Mary Carr, Ben Corbett, Bud Osborne, Blackie Whiteford, Archie Ricks, Harry Tenbrook, William Dyer, Milton Brown
Ed King (Hoot Gibson), who works for rancher Pop Blake (William McCall), leads a cattle drive to Kansas City. Meanwhile, Buck Saunders (Pete Morrison) plans to rob Ed. Buck is Ed's rival for the affections of Pop's daughter, Molly (Margaret Quimby), and sees this as an opportunity to discredit Ed. Buck uses Chinese girl Ming Toy (Olive Young) as a decoy, and the robbery is pulled off. All goes well, until Ming Toy shows up, returns the money to Ed, and names Buck as the conspirator.
|1. Regeneration (1915)|
2. Riders of Destiny (1933)
3. Sagebrush Trail (1933)
4. Texas Buddies (1932)
5. Trailin' Trouble (1930)
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